Experts and Doctors on pinus sylvestris in Sweden

Summary

Locale: Sweden
Topic: pinus sylvestris

Top Publications

  1. Lindahl B, Ihrmark K, Boberg J, Trumbore S, Högberg P, Stenlid J, et al. Spatial separation of litter decomposition and mycorrhizal nitrogen uptake in a boreal forest. New Phytol. 2007;173:611-20 pubmed
    ..Our observations show that the degrading and nutrient-mobilizing components of the fungal community are spatially separated. This has important implications for biogeochemical studies of boreal forest ecosystems. ..
  2. Högberg P, Johannisson C, Yarwood S, Callesen I, Näsholm T, Myrold D, et al. Recovery of ectomycorrhiza after 'nitrogen saturation' of a conifer forest. New Phytol. 2011;189:515-25 pubmed publisher
    ..High N loading rapidly decreased the functional role of ectomycorrhiza in the forest N cycle, but significant recovery occurred within 6-15yr after termination of N loading. ..
  3. Ljung K, Ostin A, Lioussanne L, Sandberg G. Developmental regulation of indole-3-acetic acid turnover in Scots pine seedlings. Plant Physiol. 2001;125:464-75 pubmed
    ..It is interesting that when de novo synthesis is induced, a distinct induction of catabolic events occurs, indicating that the seedling needs mechanisms to balance synthesis rates for the homeostatic regulation of the IAA pool. ..
  4. Sveshnikov D, Ensminger I, Ivanov A, Campbell D, Lloyd J, Funk C, et al. Excitation energy partitioning and quenching during cold acclimation in Scots pine. Tree Physiol. 2006;26:325-36 pubmed
  5. Högberg P, Högberg M, Göttlicher S, Betson N, Keel S, Metcalfe D, et al. High temporal resolution tracing of photosynthate carbon from the tree canopy to forest soil microorganisms. New Phytol. 2008;177:220-8 pubmed
    ..These observations highlight the close temporal coupling between tree canopy photosynthesis and a significant fraction of soil activity in forests. ..
  6. Ivanov A, Sane P, Zeinalov Y, Simidjiev I, Huner N, Oquist G. Seasonal responses of photosynthetic electron transport in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) studied by thermoluminescence. Planta. 2002;215:457-65 pubmed
    ..This is suggested to enhance the radiationless dissipation of excess light within the PSII reaction center during cold acclimation and during cold winter periods. ..
  7. Ivanov A, Sane P, Zeinalov Y, Malmberg G, Gardestrom P, Huner N, et al. Photosynthetic electron transport adjustments in overwintering Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Planta. 2001;213:575-85 pubmed
  8. Nilsson M, Wikman S, Eklund L. Induction of discolored wood in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris). Tree Physiol. 2002;22:331-8 pubmed
    ..The results suggest that ethylene is an important factor controlling heartwood formation, although wounding and internal concentrations of carbon dioxide may also play a role...
  9. Yin T, Wang X, Andersson B, Lerceteau Köhler E. Nearly complete genetic maps of Pinus sylvestris L. (Scots pine) constructed by AFLP marker analysis in a full-sib family. Theor Appl Genet. 2003;106:1075-83 pubmed
    ..Our genome coverage was estimated to be more than 98% with a framework marker interval of 20 cM for both parents. Most of the female and male linkage groups were associated through the analysis of the intercross markers...

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  1. Parducci L, Suyama Y, Lascoux M, Bennett K. Ancient DNA from pollen: a genetic record of population history in Scots pine. Mol Ecol. 2005;14:2873-82 pubmed
    ..This retrieval of ancient DNA from pollen has major implications for plant palaeoecology in conifer species by allowing direct estimates of population dynamics in space and time. ..
  2. Borg Karlson A, Nordlander G, Mudalige A, Nordenhem H, Unelius C. Antifeedants in the feces of the pine weevil Hylobius abietis: identification and biological activity. J Chem Ecol. 2006;32:943-57 pubmed
    ..A weak effect by fatty acid derivatives was found. The types of naturally occurring antifeedant compounds identified in this study may become useful for the protection of planted conifer seedlings against damage by H. abietis...
  3. Neuschütz C, Stoltz E, Greger M. Root penetration of sealing layers made of fly ash and sewage sludge. J Environ Qual. 2006;35:1260-8 pubmed
    ..were more related to the metal and ion contents. Root penetration of sealing layers is most effectively prevented if little sewage sludge is added, and if ash of high alkalinity is chosen...
  4. Vasiliauskas R, Menkis A, Finlay R, Stenlid J. Wood-decay fungi in fine living roots of conifer seedlings. New Phytol. 2007;174:441-6 pubmed
    ..abies, and microscopical examination has shown the presence of intercellular hyphae inside the roots. The results provide evidence of the ability of certain wood-decay fungi to colonise fine roots of tree seedlings. ..
  5. Palmé A, Wright M, Savolainen O. Patterns of divergence among conifer ESTs and polymorphism in Pinus sylvestris identify putative selective sweeps. Mol Biol Evol. 2008;25:2567-77 pubmed publisher
    ..A group of 5 genes with high Ka/Ks collectively show evidence for positive selection within P. sylvestris...